Biography - Briana Andrews / Softball
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Briana Andrews
   Class   Senior
   Position   INF
   Height   5-5
   Hometown   Endicott, N.Y.
   High School   Union-Endicott
 

Junior Season (2011):
Appeared in 23 games with seven starts
Scored the winning run against Albany on April 10
Went 1-for-3 with a RBI double against Bucknell on March 11
Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll

Sophomore Season (2010):
Started all 43 games at shortstop
Ranked third on the team with nine doubles and fourth with 27 RBI
Had nine multi-hit games
Scored a career-high three runs against Marist on March 25
Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll

2009 season:

A medical redshirt year
Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll

Freshman Season (2008):

Named to the America East Conference All-Rookie Team
Appeared in 30 games with 29 starts before suffering a season-ending injury
Hit safely in 10 of her last 12 games
Batted a team-best .343 against conference opponents
Turned in five multiple-hit games and a pair of multiple-RBI games
Had two doubles and a career-high three RBI vs. Vermont on April 12
Ranked second on the team with a .404 slugging percentage and tied for second on the team with six steals
Named to the America East Academic Honor Roll

Before Binghamton:

Named first-team all-division and fourth-team all state at the shortstop position in 2006
The team's Rookie of the Year in 2005 and MVP in 2006 and 2007
Ranked first all-time in Union-Endicott history for the most stolen bases (39)
Also played for the TC Tremors Gold Under-18 Softball Club

Personal:

Born May 7, 1989
Parents are Renee and Albert Andrews
Majoring in human development and English
Inducted into the National College Athlete Honors Society in April 2010

CAREER HIGHS:

Runs:
3, vs. Marist (3-25-10) and vs. Hartford (4-17-10)
Hits: 2, 14 times, most recently vs. St. Bonaventure (4-28-10)
Doubles: 2, vs. St. Bonaventure (4-28-10)
RBI: 3, vs. Vermont (4-12-08)
Longest Hitting Streak: 5 games (3-20-10 to 3-25-10)

MISCELLANEOUS:

Career Multiple-Hit Games:
15
Career Multiple-RBI Games: 3